Response, page 3 of 3.

Response, page 3 of 3.


Trying again. Response, page 2 of 3.

Trying again.  Response, page 2 of 3.


Response, Page 2 of 3


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Response of Barry King to Timeline of Prosecutor Cooper.

Page 1 of 3. Note that 19 of these alleged “meetings” are in fact court appearances or court rulings. At these “meetings”/court appearances, no one from the prosecutor’s office spoke one word to my Dad–not even to return his greeting of “hello” or “good morning.” I guess he is one of those crazy old-school guys who can be an adversary in the courtroom but still be civil before and after. I know many of you think this is the way things are–that it is acceptable–but it is not. Civility is at the heart of dispute resolution. And he is not just an attorney–he is the father of a brutally murdered child. I would spend more time detailing how, from the very beginning, this prosecutor took an appalling approach to dealing with my family, but a lot of you don’t want to get involved in this battle and don’t buy it anyway. I just hope you never find yourself in the same type of situation with people like this.


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Spring of 2011–Prosecutor Cooper personally met with David Binkley, Barry King’s attorney, to broadly discuss ongoing aspects of the OCCK investigation. Dave, I have a big problem with this. You know Lisa Milton was representing my Dad on the FOIA case against Cooper. You also had all kinds of information due to your representation of Michael Stebbins in his civil suit against Ted Lamborgine–information from Det. Cory Williams. Just what did you discuss with Cooper?! You had no right to discuss this case with her on my Dad’s behalf. You did not represent him in the FOIA case against the OCP because you represent Oakland County in some cases! This makes me sick.


We have always been available to Mr. King.

We have always been available to Mr. King.

Page 1 of 4 from “Timeline” prepared by Oakland County Prosecutor for pre-election interviews to establish how available the office is to victims.